Amish Shah is an associate in the Litigation and Labor & Employment Groups, where he assists clients in a wide variety of business and civil matters. He has represented public and private entities in all aspects of business and employment litigation, with an emphasis on the litigation of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage-and-hour claims, as well as other personnel and workplace issues. He has found success representing boutique to brand-oriented clientele spanning a wide range of industries.
Prior to admission to the California bar, Amish gained significant transactional experience serving as a foreign summer clerk in the financial services practice group in the Bangkok office of a large, multinational U.S. law firm where he participated in negotiations and assisted in the drafting of agreements pertaining to particular derivative transactions. He also opined on certain subordinated loan structures which resulted in the successful acquisition of a Thai corporation by a Dutch borrower and an Indian guarantor. While in law school, Amish served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Amy M. Pellman, where he performed legal research and drafted memoranda on various federal and state law issues.
Outside of the office, Amish enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, traveling, and playing all sports, including basketball, football, soccer and tennis. He also intently follows and enjoys discussing Los Angeles sports teams, and is an avid fan of UCLA athletics.